Statement by the Secretary of State, April 6, 1941 
The barbaric invasion of Yugoslavia and the attempt to annihilate that country by brute force is but another chapter in the present planned movement of attempted world conquest and domination.
 Similar telegrams, mutatis mutandis, were sent to the missions in Hungary and Rumania. (Probably should be footnote 60a. E-editor)
[60a] Issued after consultation with the President. (Probably should be footnote 60b. E-editor)
Another small nation has been assaulted by the forces of aggression and is further proof that there are no geographical limitations or bounds of any kind to their movement for world conquest.
The American people have the greatest sympathy for the nation which has been thus so outrageously attacked and we follow closely the valiant. struggle the Yugoslav people are making to protect their homes and preserve their liberty.
This Government with its policy of helping those who are defending themselves against would‑be conquerors is now proceeding as speedily as possible to send military and other supplies to Yugoslavia.